Photographing Nature, Landscape and Fall Colors

Seminar with Mark Kettenhofen

Nikon & Rollies Camera present award winning photographer, Mark Kettenhofen (Nikon Professional Services).  Join us for a guided Photo Expedition to Sedona, Arizona's Magnificent Red Rock Country, accented with the Brilliant colors of Fall Foliage in one of the most beautiful locations on earth.  Friday evening October 22, 2010, 7-9 pm features a lecture / seminar by noted Nikon Professional Markets Technical Representative Mark Kittenhoffen on Landscape Photography to prepare you for Saturday’s Field Trip where he will guide you toward your creating spectacular photographs around beautiful Sedona.  Admission for Evening Seminar is $49.95.  Field Trip, Equipment Loan, Friday Seminar and transportation to and from the photo sites is $99.95.  Tickets at Rollie’s Camera, 297 Arizona State Highway 89A or call 928-282-5721.

After more than 25 years as a photojournalist, he now does his best to mentor to those who are willing to listen to him speak about his passion – making pictures.  He believes passion is a way of life-not choice-and he applies that to his photography.  Mark and his wife Veronica own and operate Blue Sky Expeditions, a workshop company specializing in photography adventures in South America.  He just recently published a bolk with fellow photographer Bill Fortney, America From 500 Feet II.

Mark has been an award winning photographer for almost 30 years. He has been with Nikon Professional Services for more than 9 years.  During his time with Nikon he has been on assignments that include NASA Shuttle Launches, expeditions to Base Camp of Mount Everest, Galapagos Ecuador and river trips down the Colorado River.  He has covered Presidential inauguration ceremonies, World Cup Soccer, Hurricane coverage, and six Olympics.  Mark is a graduate from Syracuse University’s Military Photojournalism program.  In 2000 the US Navy finally got tired of him and let him and let him retire after 20-years of covering the world as a combat cameraman in more than 40 different countries.

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